iShuffle calls themselves a "classic shuffle puzzle game." That's a pretty accurate description. Thankfully GoGoMobile has added just enough features to keep things interesting for more advanced puzzlers while also throwing a bone to new puzzle solvers like me.
Articles and Reviews by Barbara Holbrook
The Mood Setter from Sobits is the only iPhone app I know that literally includes the phrase Bow-chicka-wow-wow, which depending on your taste is either hilariously hip or totally gauche.
For a game with such simple instructions, Letrix is surprisingly difficult. Letrix is a word puzzle where you build words similar to Boggle or Scrabble using letters that drop down the screen like in Tetris.
The makers of the Wise Guide Fan Navigator series and the companion site WiseGuidesOnline.com, are expanding the fandemonium by bringing more fan trivia and "locals only" tidbits to MLB stadiums nationwide.
SAGA has been available as MMORTS game for quite sometime, now Silverlode Interactive is bringing a taste of their real time strategy game to the iPhone and iPod touch with Saga Catapult.
Ballz! Pro — If you've played a mobile game in the last 5 years, chances are you've played some variation of the match-3 puzzle popularized by games like Bejeweled. Easy and addicting, match-3 games are a dime a dozen in the App Store.
Some of us march to the beat of a different drummer. Others dance down the street to a mashed up mix of sound loops and international hit song samples. If you belong to the second camp then Jamble Music Mashups is a simple app that will satisfy your need to blend music styles on the go.
When I started playing Sparticle it felt immediately familiar. After a few minutes it hit me... if you could score points with iChalky, you would have Sparticle. So, it came as no surprise that Sparticle and iChalky are both creations from Eric Metois.
LA-based The 88 decided to embark on an experiment in music-making when they chose to use their iPhone to record their new song "Love is the Thing." Using the app FourTrack, the group laid down 14 tracks — everything from guitar and drums to shakers and vocals.
Savvy readers may have noticed the quiet addition to our navigation menu last week — Shop iPhone Accessories. It's true, you can now purchase accessories for your iPhone, iPhone 3G or iPod touch with a click of the mouse.
AppCraver recently spoke with Todd Bernhard, Founder of No Tie Software. He shares his experiences developing for the iPhone and iPod touch.
When did you start developing apps for the iPhone?
Mike Meyer, Principal at Weasel Floss Studios, is part of the team behind the recently released iBuddha. This is their debut app as a company, but not their first time developing together. "iPhone ideas are everywhere," Meyer says.
Michio Yokomizo is an independent developer who created his most recently released app, Tuner Metronome, because he says he couldn't find the functions he needed in any existing app.
David Echols, the developer behind Poker Stacker, has been programming for a while but only recently for the iPhone. He shares his experience developing games for the iPhone and iPod touch.
Mark Johnson & Rob Hunter, the developer team behind Hunter and Johnson, are releasing their debut iPhone app Duck You Undo. They're no Johnny-Come-Latelys, though. This duo already has two apps each under their collective belts and more on the way.